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CONFIRMING AND ESTABLISHING A DIVIDING LINE BETWEEN THE SCHOOL

SOCIETIES OF COLUMBIA AND ANDOVER.

PASSED 1650.

Resolved by this Assembly, That the vote of the school society of Columbia, setting off to the school society of Andover, Azariah Bill, Eleazer Bill and William Carver, with their portion of the public money above mentioned at the date of said vote, which vote was passed November 20th, 1820, and the vote of said school society of Andover, dated October 9th, 1820, receiving the persons aforesaid into said society and annexing them to the southeast district in said Andover, be and the same are hereby confirmed; and the said societies are hereby authorized to fix the dividing line between said societies, so as to embrace the dwellings of the persons aforesaid within the limits of said school society of Andover. Said line may be established by two persons, one of whom shall be appointed by the school society of Columbia, the other by the school society of Andover.

APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEE TO FIX THE BOUNDARY LINE BETWEEN THE

SCHOOL SOCIETIES OF COLUMBIA AND ANDOVER.

PASSED 1855.

Resolved by this Assembly, That Samuel Ruggles of Bolton, and Lucius J. Hendee of Hebron, be and they are hereby authorizd and appointed to fix the dividing line between the school society of Columbia and the school society of Andover, and in case of their disagreement, they are hereby authorized to appoint a third person, and either two of the whole number appointed shall determine and fix the line aforesaid. The expenses of performing the duties required by this resolution shall he borne equally by the school society of Andover and the school society of Columbia.

CHANGING THE NAME OF THE SECOND SCHOOL SOCIETY OF MIDDLETOWN

TO THE SCHOOL SOCIETY OF CROMWELL.

PASSED 1854.

Resolved by this Assembly, That the name of the second school society of Middletown be and the same hereby is changed to the school society of Cromwell, any law, resolve or usage to the contrary notwithstanding; and that all and each of the acts, votes and proceedings of said school society since the incorporation of the town of Cromwell, if conformable to existing law, be and they hereby are confirmed and made valid as the acts of the school society of Cromwell.

CHANGING THE NAME OF SECOND SCHOOL SOCIETY OF DANBURY.

PASSED 1856,

Resolved, That the name of the second school society of Danbury be and the same is hereby changed to that of the school society of Bethel.

ANNEXING A PART OF DARIEN SCHOOL SOCIETY TO THE NINTH SCHOOL

DISTRICT OF THE FIRST SCHOOL SOCIETY OF STAMFORD.

PASSED 1888.

Resolved by this Assembly, That so much of Darien school society, situated in the towns of Darien and Norwalk, as lies within the following lines, viz: commencing at the line between Darien and Stamford first school societies, eighty rods northerly of the house of Azariah Waterbury, deceased, late of said Darien, running thence southeasterly to the highway at the corner, a few rods west of the dwelling house of Jarvis Weed, thence southerly forty rods by said highway, thence southwestwardly to the aforesaid society line, at a point thirty rods southerly of the dwelling house of Frederick Waterbury, thence by said line to the place of beginning, be and it hereby is annexed to and constituted a part of the ninth school district of the first school society of the town of Stamford.

CHANGING THE NAME OF MIDDLESEX OR SECOND SCHOOL SOCIETY IN

DARIEN AND NORWALK, TO THE NAME OF DARIEN SCHOOL SOCIETY.

PASSED 1838.

Resolved by this Assembly, That the name of the school society, heretofore known as Middlesex, or second school society, situated in the towns of Darien and Norwalk, be changed, and that the same be hereafter known by the name of Darien School Society.

ALTERING THE LIMITS OF THE FIRST AND SECOND SCHOOL SOCIETIES OF

DERBY.

PASSED 1851.

Upon the petition of Joseph P. Canfield et al., of the towns of Derby and Seymour, praying for an alteration of the limits of the first and second school societies of Derby, and for a change of name, as will fully and at large appear by their petition on file, dated the 21st day of April, A. D. 1851; which petition has been duly served and returned, and entered in the office of the secretary of this state, according to law:

Resolved by this Assembly, That all that portion and part of the territory of the first school society of Derby lying within the limits of the town of Seymour, with all the inhabitants thereof, be detached from said first school society of Derby, and the same be and hereby are annexed to and incorporated with and made part of the school society heretofore known by the name of the second school society of Derby, and entitled to the same rights, privileges and immunities as said last named school society, except as herein after provided.

Resolved, That the moneys and funds belonging to said first school 80ciety of Derby shall be divided between said school societies in the same proportion as the number of children in that portion and territory annexed to said second school society, between the ages of four and sixteen years, bears to the number remaining in said first school society; the said division to be made according to the last enumeration of children in said society. And that said portion of money and funds received by said second school society from said first society shall be kept for and the avails thereof distributed to and for the use of the children resident on said portion of territory so annexed; and that children residing on said portion so annexed, shall not be entitled to any benefit from the money and funds now belonging to said second school society.

Resolved, That the said first school society of Derby shall hereafter be known and called the school society of Derby, and that the said second school society of Derby shall bereafter be known and called the school society of Seymour.

Resolved, That these resolutions shall take effect and go into operation at the end of the present official year of the officers of said societies.

CHANGING NAME OF THIRD SCHOOL. SOCIETY IN ASHFORD TO EASTFORD

SCHOOL SOCIETY.

PASSED 1850.

Resolved, That the name of the Third School Society in Ashford, shall be changed to Eastford School Society.

EAST BRIDGEPORT SCHOOL SOCIETY CONSTITUTED.

PASSED 1848.

Resolved by this Assembly, That the territory included within the following limits, to wit:—beginning at the northwest corner of the school society of Stratford, where the Pequonnock river enters the town of Bridgeport, and running thence, with said river, to Long Island sound,thence, easterly, by Long Island sound, to Johnson's mill, so called, thence, northerly, through the Mill-pond, to the mouth of the stream running into said Mill-pond, called Knees and Paws, or Nesimus creek, and following said creek, to where it intersects the road from old mill to Stratford,—thence, in a straght line, to where the old road from Nichol's farm intersects the Broad-bridge road, so called, near where the house of Stiles Peet formerly stood, thence, northerly, as said road runs, to Trumbull line,—thence, westerly, in said Trumbull line, to the place of beginning; with all the inhabitants residing thereon, be and hereby is set off and separated from the school society of Stratford, and incorporated as a school society, by the name of “ East Bridyeport School Society,” and as such, shall have and possess all the powers and privileges possessed by other school societies in this state.

Sec. 2. That the funds now belonging to the said school society of Stratford shall be divided between said society and the East Bridgeport school society, as incorporated by this resolve, in proportion to the nnmber of children in each society, between the ages of four and sixteen, as legally returned in the year 1847. And the division of said fund shall be made and completed, on or before the first Wednesday of August next, by the committee of the school society of Stratford, and Noah Plumb and Joseph Brooks, Esquires, of the town of Bridgeport; and said Plumb and Brooks shall receive such portion of said funds as shall by this resolve belong to the school society of East Bridgeport, and give their receipt for the same, to the above named committee.

Sec. 3. That the first meeting of said East Bridgeport school society shall be warned by Joseph Brooks, James Daskam and Noah Plumb, or either two of them, at such time and place, in said school society, as they shall determine, in the same manner as is by law provided for warning school society meetings.

SEO. 4. That all the records and papers belonging to the school society of Stratford, shall be and remain the sole property of said society, in the same manner as though no part of said society had been set off therefrom.

CONFIRMING DOINGS OF COMMITTEES OF THE SCHOOL SOCIETIES OF WEST. CHESTER, MILLINGTON AND FIRST SCHOOL SOCIETY OF EAST HADDAM, IN ESTABLISHING BOUNDARY LINE.

PASSED 1858.

Resolved by this Assembly, That the doings of the committees of the school societies of Westchester, Millington and first school society of East Haddam, establishing the boundary line between said societies, as described in two instruments in writing, one signed by said committees of the school societies of Westchester and Millington, the other signed by said committees of Westchester and first school society of East Haddam, both dated the 1st day of July, A. D. 1852, be and the same are hereby validated and confirmed; and the boundary line described in said instrument is hereby declared to be, and is legally established.

CHANGING NAME OF SECOND SCHOOL SOCIETY OF LYME TO THE FIRST

SCHOOL SOCIETY OF EAST LYME.

PASSED 1841

Resolved by this Assembly, That that part of the town of East Lyme, heretofore known and denominated as the second school society of the town of Lyme, shall hereafter be denominated the first school society of the town of East Lyme.

CONCERNING THE SCHOOL SOCIETIES IN EAST WINDSOR AND SOUTH WINDSOR.

PASSED 1846.

Resolved by this Assembly, That the territory heretofore constituting and called by the name of the second school society in East Windsor, be hereafter called and known by the name of The School Society in East Windsor; and the territory heretofore constituting and called by the name of the first school society in East Windsor, be hereafter called and known by the name of The First School Society in South Windsor. And all donations, lands, funds and other property belonging to said school societies shall continue to belong to them respectively, in the same manner as if this resolve had not been passed.

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